Republicans lead their Democratic opponents in the race for U.S. Senate and governor, according to the latest Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
An army of student volunteers, faculty members and professional staff will greet 635 first-year students at New Student Orientation on Friday, Aug. 27.
The College's weekly, campus-wide gathering returns for its second semester next week, as Interim President John F. Burness ’67 kicks off the fall lineup.
It has been a spooky summer of research for Jessica Garber ’11 and her Hackman Scholar adviser, Misty Bastian.
Sarah Dawson and Suzanna Richter lead 80 hours of professional development for local teachers as part of Project ARRMS.
Ryan Mehl receives big news from the United States Patent and Trademark Office about his work with fluorinated amino acids.
Summer work on Old Main's 120-foot tower strengthens one of Lancaster's most historic landmarks.
All Rachel Jetter ’12 wanted was something to fill the time. An internship at the Starfinder Foundation turned out to be one of the best decisions of her life.
The new trustees have experience in finance, law and medicine.
Scott Brewer and Ed Fenlon embark on a three-year investigation with support from the National Institutes of Health.